The English Countryside
Apart from London, Britain also consists of the English countryside. You would be surprised at how many people come across from the U.S. and have no idea of the existence of life outside of London, the many things to see, places to go, and the diversity of culture in the British nation.
As well as the English countryside, there also consists a lot of countryside in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The English countryside, or at least the part of it which is known as Wessex, is where you will be going to see the crop circles.
The English countryside in general is a beautiful place to be. Covered with ancient forests, rolling hills, golden fields of cereal crops and quaint villages full of even quainter thatched cottages, narrow hedge-lined country roads, and teeming with wildlife, it surely is a special place.
It amazes me that, although Britain, and southern England in particular, is somewhat an overcrowded place, just how many open spaces there still are in the countryside where you can be miles from anyone, and all you can hear are birds singing and leaves rustling.
One of the best things about visiting the crop circles is that it takes you out into this paradise and away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the city.
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